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Take the first step towards restful nights by exploring our accessible and comprehensive online insomnia treatment.


Insomnia is a sleep disorder characterized by persistent difficulty in falling asleep, staying asleep, or experiencing restorative sleep, despite having adequate opportunity and circumstances for sleep. Individuals with insomnia often face challenges in maintaining a regular sleep pattern, leading to daytime fatigue, impaired cognitive function, and overall disruption of daily life. It can be caused by various factors, including stress, anxiety, medical conditions, or lifestyle choices, and its severity can range from occasional to chronic sleep disturbances.


Insomnia manifests through various symptoms that collectively disrupt normal sleep patterns. Some of the main symptoms of Insomnia may include:




Online therapy for insomnia offers a convenient and accessible solution for individuals struggling with sleep disturbances. Through virtual platforms, licensed therapists and sleep specialists provide personalized treatment and support. This approach often includes:

Types of Therapy for Insomnia:

  • Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia: CBT-I is the gold standard for treating insomnia. It combines cognitive therapy to address maladaptive thoughts about sleep with behavioral interventions to improve sleep hygiene and regulate sleep patterns.

  • Sleep Restriction Therapy: This technique involves restricting the time spent in bed to match the actual amount of time an individual sleeps, aiming to consolidate sleep and improve its efficiency.

  • Stimulus Control Therapy:  Focused on breaking the association between the bed and wakefulness, this therapy involves specific guidelines for bedtime routines and the use of the bedroom.

2. Insomnia Prescription Management

An Insomnia treatment online involves the careful and supervised use of medications to alleviate sleep difficulties. Several types of prescription medications are commonly prescribed for insomnia treatment, each with its own mechanisms of action and considerations:

Types of Medications for Insomnia:

  1. Hypnotics (e.g., Benzodiazepines and Non-Benzodiazepines): These medications act on the central nervous system to induce and maintain sleep. While effective in the short term, they are generally prescribed cautiously due to the risk of dependency and potential side effects, such as daytime drowsiness.
  2. Antidepressants: Certain antidepressants, especially those in the class of selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) or serotonin-norepinephrine reuptake inhibitors (SNRIs), may be prescribed to address insomnia, particularly when co-existing with mood disorders.
  3. Melatonin Receptor Agonists: Medications like ramelteon and tasimelteon target melatonin receptors to regulate the sleep-wake cycle. They are often prescribed for individuals with circadian rhythm disorders.



Free Insomnia assessment

30min detailed Insomnia diagnosis

Developing a treatment plan

Prescription management if required

Follow up visit


15min detailed follow-up checkup

Symptoms checkup

Following-up on treatment plan and discussing solutions

Prescription refill if required

ADVANTAGES OF Online Prescriptions

  1. Symptom Relief: Medications can significantly reduce insomnia symptoms, allowing you to function more effectively in daily life.

  2. Improved Quality of Life: With reduced insomnia, you may experience a better overall quality of life. This includes improved relationships and the ability to engage in activities you enjoy.

  3. Short-Term Relief: Medications can provide rapid relief during periods of insomnia.


  1. Improved Coping Skills: Therapy equips you with practical tools and techniques to cope with situations which include insomnia.

  2. Emotional Resilience: You’ll learn to build emotional resilience. It will have you navigate life’s challenges with greater ease.

  3. Reduced Symptoms: Therapy can lead to a significant decrease in insomnia symptoms, such as daytime fatigue, guilt, difficulty falling asleep, and many more.

  4. Enhanced Well-Being: Over time, therapy can add to a better overall sense of well-being, helping you regain control of your life.

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Online insomnia treatment involves accessing therapy and prescription management support for sleep issues through online appointments. Therapists or sleep specialists provide personalized interventions, often including cognitive-behavioral therapy for insomnia.

Yes, but it requires involving the careful and supervised use of medications to address insomnia. This is typically done under the guidance of healthcare professionals.

Insomnia is generally categorized based on its duration and underlying causes. The major types of insomnia include:

  1. Acute Insomnia:

Brief and often triggered by a specific event or circumstance, such as stress, a traumatic experience, or changes in the sleep environment. Acute insomnia typically resolves without long-term treatment.

2. Chronic Insomnia:

Persists for at least three nights a week for three months or longer. Chronic insomnia is more complex and may be linked to underlying medical, psychological, or lifestyle factors.

3. Onset Insomnia:

Characterized by difficulty falling asleep at the beginning of the night. Individuals with onset insomnia may take an extended period to transition from wakefulness to sleep.y, and impulsive behavior.

4. Maintenance Insomnia:

Involves difficulty staying asleep, with individuals frequently waking up during the night and struggling to return to sleep. Maintenance insomnia can lead to fragmented and non-restorative sleep.

5. Comorbid Insomnia:

Coexists with other medical or psychiatric conditions. It often occurs alongside disorders such as depression, anxiety, or chronic pain, exacerbating sleep difficulties.

6. Psychophysiological Insomnia:

Results from excessive worry or anxiety about the inability to sleep, creating a conditioned response that perpetuates the sleep problem. This type often develops into a chronic pattern.

7. Idiopathic Insomnia:

A rare form of chronic insomnia that typically begins in childhood or adolescence, and its cause is not easily identified. It persists throughout the individual’s life.

8. Paradoxical Insomnia (Sleep State Misperception):

Individuals with this type of insomnia often overestimate the time it takes them to fall asleep and underestimate the total duration of their sleep. Despite having sufficient sleep, they perceive a significant sleep deficit.

Online insomnia treatment options can include cognitive-behavioral therapy for insomnia (CBT-I), prescription management, psychotherapy, counseling, telemedicine consultation with sleep specialists, and light therapy programs.

No, we do not treat minors with insomnia.

The medical services especially for Online Insomnia Treatment are highly affordable. You can book an appointment with a licensed medical provider for just $159 per visit. Apart from that, the online insomnia assessment for adults is totally free.

We prioritize user confidentiality and employ robust security measures to protect personal information. 

To get started, apply either for an online assessment or an online appointment and get connected with an administrator from our company for your online appointment within the first 12 hours.

These are the most commonly prescribed medications for insomnia:

    • Temazepam
    • Lorazepam
    • Diazepam
Non-Benzodiazepine Hypnotics (Z-Drugs):
    • Zolpidem (Ambien)
    • Eszopiclone (Lunesta)
    • Zaleplon (Sonata)

Please note that medication choices may vary depending on the specific insomniac disorder, individual factors, and the recommendations of a healthcare professional. The use of these medications should always be under the supervision and guidance of a medical provider.


If you find that insomnia is interfering with your daily functioning, relationships, or overall well-being, it’s important to seek help. Effective treatments, including therapy and medication, are available to manage insomnia. Don’t hold back from reaching out to us for guidance and support tailored to your needs.